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Study their diary, in pairs ask and answer questions.

Use the prompts as in the example.

eg. St1: Are they going to buy a play station for their children on Monday?

St2: Yes, they are.

(κΰπςθνκΰ ρεμόθ)

 

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Roger – stay in bed till noon Mr and Mrs Rids – buy a play station for the children Marge – visit her grandma Roger and Marge – go to a football match Mr Rids – phone his university friend Thomas Mrs Rids – join the local yoga club Marge – take Leo and Ken to the Zoo

 

B. Find out the plans of your mates; put down their answers.


S.3.20.

A. Janette and Sophie are going to spend their week-end in different places.

Look at the table. In pairs, ask and answer the questions; use the prompts as in the example.

St1: Is Janette going to the countryside?

St2:Yes, she is.

  Janette Sophie
go to the countryside R Q
go on a trip to Oxford Q R
visit places of interest Q R
take some photos R R
hire a car Q R
have a picnic R Q
spend a lot of money Q R
travel by bus R Q

B. Say what you are going to do at the week-end.

S.3.21.

Denis O’Brian is a businessman. Look at his secretary notes about his business trip to Canada. In pairs, ask and answer questions; use the prompts as in the example.

St1: Is Mr O’Brian flying on Friday night?

St2: No, he isn’t. He’s flying at 8:45 on Friday morning.

 

(κΰπςθνκΰ αθηνερμενΰ) + Friday November 8th

fly – 8:45 (morning)

meet Mr Orson – 12:00 (morning)

Monday November 11th

hold a meeting with the officials of the company – 11:00 p.m.

have lunch – with Mr Salmon – 15:00

Tuesday November 12th

make a speech – 10:00

give an interview – 16:00

fly back – 21:00

S.3.22.

 

Now write about Mr O’Brian’s plans. Use these words to join your sentences: First, Then, After that, Next, Finally.

Mr O’Brian is flying to Canada at 8:45 on Friday morning. First, he is meeting

Mr Orson …………………………………………………………………………………………………

Then …………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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S.3.23.

Ηΰοξλνθςε οπξοσρκθ, σοξςπεαθβ ρλξβΰ β πΰμκε.

Fill in the gaps; use the words in the box.

 

Going on a business trip

 

appointment badge deal floor identity card lift main building main gate   office receptionist reception desk secretary     security guard sign  

 

1. You arrive at the _________ .



2. You show your _________ .

3. The _________ lets you go through.

4. You enter the _________ .

5. You walk to the _________ .

6. You give your name to the _________ .

7. You have an _________ with Mr Sanders at 12:30.

8. You _________ your name in the visitors’ book.

9. You pin your _________ to your coat.

10. You find the _________ .

11. You go to the top _________.

12. Mr Sanders’s _________ meets you.

13. She takes you to Mr Sanders _________.

14. Mr Sanders says: “We have a _________.”


S.3.24.

PLANNING HOLIDAYS

 

Though some consider travel a modern disease, everyone needs at least one holiday a year. Even a week-end is better than nothing. You need to get away from all your usual routines and get some fresh air and a change of perspective. Go somewhere quiet, where the climate is pleasant and invigorating. For the first couple of days, rest and sleep as much as you can. If you are in the mountains, give yourself a day or two to get used to the altitude; by the sea have a daily swim. Get to know the natives and their customs.

Do a little sightseeing, even if you do not like it. Always have a dictionary of the local language, and pick up a few words. If you prefer complete solitude, take some books and catch up on your reading. Dress simply and in accord with the climate. If you go on a walking holiday select your shoes carefully. The seaside is good for most people but definitely bad for some. Take the sun and the sea gradually, and don’t stay on the beach for too long. In fact, frequent short holidays are better than an annual long one. After the first week or two you begin to get bored, sunburnt, and lazy. It’s a good idea to have a hobby or interest. Try and learn something useful from your holiday. Bring back an unusual recipe or local pottery jug. An increasing number of people now go on “working” holidays, during which they help to repair an ancient wall or take pert in an archeological dig. A winter holiday is probably better for you than a summer one. You need it more at that time of year. Skiing, skating or walking on snowshoes will do you a lot of good. Don’t burden yourself with a camera; you will be always looking though instead of directly at what is around you. Don’t send holiday postcards – if you forget all about home, you will come back with more interesting tales to tell.

S.3.25.

Checking In

 

Complete the conversation at the check-in desk. Use these words.

 

suitcase / full / window / boarding pass / none /

ticket / baggage / aisle / scales

 

Chech-in clerk: Passanger: Chech-in clerk: Passanger: Chech-in clerk:   Passanger: Chech-in clerk: Can I see your _______ please, ma’am? Sure. I’d like a ______ seat, please. I like to see outside. I’m afraid the plane’s nearly ______ . There are ____ left. Well, can I have an ______ seat then? Yes, ma’am. Here’s your ______ . Gate 34. Do you have any ______? Yes, just one ______ . Could you put it on the ______ , please.

 


S.3.26.

Complete the story with the correct prepositions.

Irvin Green is taking the flight ___Tokyo.

Right now he’s standing ___ line ___ the Economy check- ___ desk.

First he is going to ask ___ a window seat when he gives his ticket ___ the clerk. Next he will put his luggage ___ the scales. Then he’ll get ___ the plane and take his seat.

 

S.3.27.

Pair work

Are you going to fly, sir?

You are going on a holiday. You at the travel agency and you are making arrangements with the travel agent. There are a lot of things the travel agent would like to know. Put the words in order to form the questions and answer them.

 

(κΰπςθνκΰ ξςρκΰνθπξβΰςό)

 

1. fly to sir are going you ? _________________________________________________
2. there do to going are you what ? _____________________________________________
3. in February going to where are you go ? _____________________________________________
4. to by train you going are go ? _____________________________________________
5. who going travel to with you is ? _____________________________________________
6. are going travel to in March you ? _____________________________________________
7. how you going are get there ? _____________________________________________
8. to which sights going see you are ? _____________________________________________
9. how you to many rolls of film are shoot ? _____________________________________________
10. stay going are to you at home in April ? _____________________________________________

 


S.3.28.


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